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What is Minnesota Sea Grant (7:10) Steve Bortone, director of the University of Minnesota Sea Grant program, talks about how Sea Grant advances society's ability to sustain aquatic and coastal environments and economies. The 7-minute monolog especially focuses on scientific endeavors related to Lake Superior and Minnesota's inland waters. About MN Sea Grant Minnesota Sea Grant 2009.02.25
KUMD
Host: Steve Bortone, MN Sea Grant
40 Years of Superior Science (7:04) Retiring director Jeff Gunderson talks to Jesse Schomberg about his 36 years with the University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program, "aqua-shysters" and more. About MN Sea Grant Minnesota Sea Grant's 40 year anniversary, Fish, Aquaculture, Harbor Corrosion, Ballast Water 2015.03.10
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Jeff Gunderson, Director, MN Sea Grant
Sea Grant is Golden: New Director, New Directions (6:41) [Transcript]
Minnesota Sea Grant's new director is excited to be part of NOAA Sea Grant's next 50 years. Host Jesse Schomberg interviews Dr. John A. Downing.
About MN Sea Grant Director, Sea Grant Mission, Lake Superior 2016.02.16
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Dr. John Downing, Director, MN Sea Grant
Sea Grant Act Signed 50 Years Ago...And Then What!? (7:22) On Oct 15, 1966 President Johnson signed the Sea Grant College Act. Why would he do such a thing? What did it do? What has it done (maybe found a key to curing cancer?!?!?)? What does it mean for the future? About MN Sea Grant National Sea Grant College and Program Act 2016.10.25
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant
Warmer Temps, Larger Lampreys (6:00) Tim Cline, associate research specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks about how fisheries management and warmer water temperatures have affected invasive sea lamprey in Lake Superior. Aquatic Invasive Species Sea Lampreys 2011.06.22
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Tim Cline, Associate Research Specialist, UW-Madison
Interview with The Intern: A Summer of Aquatic Invasive Species [Transcript]
Host Jesse Schomberg interviews UMD undergraduate Claire Freesmeier about her internship with Minnesota Sea Grant's Aquatic Invasive Species Program and the non-native species that are poised to damage Lake Superior if the region continues to warm due to its changing climate.
Aquatic Invasive Species HabitattitudeTM, Stop Aquatic HitchhikersTM, AIS Events, Climate Change, Lake Superior, Golden Mussel, Hydrilla, Killer Shrimp, Invasive Carp 2016.09.13 Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Claire Freesmeier, UMD Undergraduate
Ancient Climate, Ancient Lakes (10:22) Melissa Berke, a UMD graduate student studying East African lakes, talks about using sediment from the floor of old lakes to reveal information about the Earth's past climate. Climate Change Sediment 2009.05.27
KUMD
Host: Steve Bortone, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Melissa Berke, Grad Student, UMD
Climate Change and Minnesota (8:42) Jesse Schomberg, Minnesota Sea Grant, talks with Steve Bortone about climate change in Minnesota. Climate Change Minnesota Climate 2009.06.10
KUMD
Host: Steve Bortone, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant
Climate, Weather, and Breaking Ice (6:33) Sapna Sharma, a post-doc with the University of Wisconsin, Madison, studied 55 lakes across the Northern Hemisphere and found that ice-out is occurring significantly earlier than it did a century ago. She talks about the combination of climate cycles and daily weather conditions that might be causing the different spring conditions. Climate Change Ice-out 2011.07.13
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Sapna Sharma, Post-doc, UW-Madison
Climate Change in Minnesota (5:04) Hear what host Jesse Schomberg has to say about climate trends in Minnesota and over Lake Superior. Climate Change Minnesota Climate 2013.06.06
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant
Changing with the Times: Trends in Stream Flow (6:09) Faith Fitzpatrick, a research hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Madison, Wisc., talks about how climate and landscape changes are reflected in stream flow data from the Lake Superior basin. Climate Change Stream Flow 2011.07.06
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Faith Fitzpatrick, Research Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey
24/7 Research on Lake Superior (6:15) UMD professor Elizabeth (Liz) Minor discusses Lake Superior research and a chemistry-physics-biology study she is coordinating with host Jesse Schomberg. Lake Superior Research, Climate Change, Chemistry, Physics, Biology 2014.12.16
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Elizabeth Minor, Professor, UMD
Looking into Large Lakes and Climate (6:01) Steve Colman, the director of UMD's Large Lakes Observatory, talks about what large lakes add to our understanding of past climate and ecological conditions. Climate Change Lake Superior, Large Lakes 2009.10.28
KUMD
Host: Judy Zomerfelt, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Steve Colman, Director, UMD's Large Lakes Observatory
Vagaries of Variability, Climate and Weather (6:27) Jesse Schomberg talks with Hilarie Sorensen, Minnesota Sea Grant's Climate Change Extension Educator, about the weather and much more. Climate Change Climate vs. Weather, Variability, Extreme Events, Temperatures, Ice Cover, Precipitation, What You Can Do 2015.04.07
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Hilarie Sorensen, Climate Change Extension Educator, MN Sea Grant
Weather Today, Climate Tomorrow (12:26) [Transcript]
Hilarie Sorensen, Climate Change Extension Educator, talks with host Jesse Schomberg about Earth's weather and Lake Superior's climate, potential water refugees and forests.
Climate Change Weather, Climate, Lake Superior, Water Refugees, Forests 2015.10.27
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Hilarie Sorensen, Climate Change Extension Educator, MN Sea Grant
Smart Ponds, Sexy Soil: The Front Lines of Climate Adaptation (6:08) [Transcript]
There's nothing like being there but Jesse Schomberg gives a great overview of what went on at the Climate Adaptation Conference in Minneapolis.
Climate Change Adaption 2016.03.01
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant
Are you Weather-Ready? (6:03) Host Jesse Schomberg talks to Carol Christenson, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Duluth, about severe weather and what it means to be a weather-ready nation. Coastal Hazards Weather Ready Nation 2016.04.12
KUWS
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Carol Christenson, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Weather Service
Data Gathering Buoys (3:58) [Transcript]
This program explores efforts to gauge the effect of climate change on Lake Superior.
Lake Superior Climate Change, Data Gathering Buoys 2008.07.08
KUWS
Host: Marie Zuikov, MN Sea Grant
What Ice (or Lack Thereof) Means for Ecological Processes Underwater (7:05) [Transcript]
Jesse Schomberg interviews Ted Ozersky, Assistant Professor of Biology and the Large Lakes Observatory at UMD. Ozersky has studied large, cold lakes worldwide finding that there's more going on under the ice than we thought.
Lake Superior Ice 2015.12.22
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Ted Ozersky, Assistant Professor of Biology, Large Lakes Observatory, UMD
Flashiness, Nick Points and North Shore Streams (7:40) [Transcript]
Host Jesse Schomberg talks to Dr. Karen Gran, associate professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Minnesota Duluth, about the streams along Minnesota's North Shore.
Lake Superior Streams, Flashiness, Nick Points, North Shore 2016.01.05
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Dr. Karen Gran, Associate Professor, Earth & Environmental Sciences, UMD
History Lesson in a Sediment Core (8:24) Josef Werne, associate professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth, describes how sediment cores taken from Lake Superior reflect human activities over the last 200 years. Water Quality Sediment Cores 2011.02.09
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guest: Josef Werne, Associate Professor, UMD
Diatoms Denote Lake History (5:37) UMD researchers Amy Kireta and Euan Reavie talk about working with sediment cores and long-dead algae to document how Lake Superior's water has changed in the last 300 years. Water Quality Sediment Cores, Algae, Diatoms 2011.06.29
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant; Guests: Amy Kireta & Euan Reavie, Researchers, UMD
Earth Day #45: Why and How to Conserve Water (5:04) Even people in water-rich areas should pay heed to the ways they use water. Host Jesse Schomberg talks about water consumption and gives suggestions for water conservation. Water Quality Water Consumption and Conservation 2015.04.21
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant
Stormwater Awareness in the Northland (5:16) Did you know stormwater is not treated? Jesse Schomberg discusses a recent survey with Paul Teten, Stormwater Management Assistant with MN Green Corps. Water Quality Stormwater Runoff 2015.05.05
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant, Guest: Paul Teten, Stormwater Management Assistant, MN Green Corps
It's a Blue-Green World! Cyanobacteria and You (6:27) [Transcript]
Host Jesse Schomberg talks about cyanobacteria (aka. blue-green algae) and ways that Sea Grant, and possibly you, are working to understand hazardous algae blooms.
Water Quality Blue-Green Algae, Cyanobacteria 2016.11.08
KUMD
Host: Jesse Schomberg, MN Sea Grant

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